Late Bloomer: Arabidopsis Arrives
by Rebecca Rothenberg
A tiny, unassuming weed takes a place of honor in the geneticists' pantheon.
No Assembly Required
by Douglas L. Smith
Proteins fold up into useful shapes all by themselves; Caltech biologists are discovering how to mimic this in a computer.
The Quest for a Cure: AIDS Research at the Millennium
Panelists ar the Calecch Biology Forum discuss recent advances in drug treatment and the continuing search for a vaccine.
by Edward J. McCaffery
A bias against working wives has been built into our tax system. How did this come about, and what can be done about it?
Obituaries: R. Stanton Avery